God loves those He created in His own image. He searches for His lost, hiding, sinful creatures.
Satan’s temptation follows the pattern seen throughout history. Sin enters the world with Adam’s eating of the forbidden fruit. God’s word is fulfilled, and He is seen to be always true, right, and trustworthy.
Satan uses the serpent to tempt the woman to disobey God. He questions the goodness of God and the word of God.
God introduces many firsts for humanity: the first anesthetic, the first surgery, the first woman and the first wedding!
God locates the Garden of Eden in what is today western Asia. It is the source of mighty rivers. God plants a tree in the garden as a test for the man.
When God had created the perfect man, He made a perfect environment for him. God provided everything that man could need or want. This demonstrates God’s omniscience, omnipotence, wisdom, love, provision and care.
The world as originally created was far different than it is today. It was a perfect world, and into this world God created and placed a perfect man.
The closing verses of Genesis 1 pronounce the creative work of God to be “very good.” The opening verses of Genesis 2 declare God’s creative work ended; evolution and the Bible cannot both be true, since evolution requires an ongoing, never-ending “creation.”
The Sixth Day of Creation saw the formation of land dwelling creatures. Most important, the crown of God’s creative work, man, is seen to be a unique work of God, with a unique purpose.
On the fourth day of creation, God populates the universe with stars — evolution and the Bible are totally incompatible. Marine and avian life are brought into existence on Day Five.